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to malaysia. the links we have to go to to get cnn coverage these days. [laughter] [applause] i think they are still searching for their tables. [laughter] [applause] msnbc is here. [applause] they are a little overwhelm the. they have never seen an audience this big before. [laughter] look, everyone is trying to keep up with this incredibly fast-changing media landscape. for example, i got a lot of grief on cable news for to young obamacare people on "between two ferns." that is what don't people like to watch. to be fair, i am not the first person on television between two potted plants. [laughter] [applause] sometimes i do feel disrespected by you reporters. but that is ok. seattle seahawks' cornerback richard sherman is here tonight on he gave me a great tip how to handle it. jake tapper, don't you ever talk about me like that. i am the best president in the game. was that good? [laughter] a little bit more feeling next time? [laughter] are talking sports, just last month, a wonderful story. the boston won marathon for the first time in 30 years. [applause] which was inspiring and
's headlines from the fox news deck. investigators leading the search for the missing malaysia airlines jet insist they're on the right track, but officials from malaysia, china, and australia, are scheduled to meet to discuss their next move, after weeks of searching and no sign of the wreck. many families are refusing to leave the hotel after the airline asked them to go home. >> a subway crashed into another train stopped on the track in seoul and injuring some 200 people. the train's operator claimed he tried to apply the emergency brake but couldn't stop. >> a rescue this more than more than a fire department diver pulled a woman out of the chicago river. she jumped into the water but didn't explain why. we'll have much more with john scott right after this. i ys say be thman with the plan but with less ergy, moodiness, i had to do something. i saw mdoctor. a blood test showed it was low testosterone, not age. we talked about axiron the onlynderarm low t treaent that can restore t vels to normal in about two weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or
at cargo of malaysia air flight. and the hidden danger on board of that missing plane and why it is drawing comparison to another recent air disaster. >> motor city come back. detroit is inching itself out of bankruptcy and an offer home buyers can't refuse. and also this. a store owner caught off guard, but still comes out on top once the fight that you see on the video spills outside. we'll she you how it all ends, that's coming up. ♪ what is this place? where are we? this is where we bring together reliably fast internet and the best in entertainment. we call it the x1 entertainment operating system. it looks like the future! we must have encountered a temporal vortex. further analytics are necessary. beam us up. ♪ that's my phone. hey. [ female announcer ] the x1 entertainment operating system. only from xfinity. tv and internet together like never before. >>> right now malaysian investigators releasing a report. the findings confirm there was dangerous cargo on board of the missing plane. lithium batteries weighing 440 pounds under the right circumstances, they are highly flammable
of experts done here in malaysia has led them to the plane that absolutely at least or as far as their best educated guess is in the southern indian ocean when weeks in we still don't have a single piece of debris. >> let's ask peter about it. why are malaysian officials so sure? >> well, i think everything that they have, and granted, it's not a great deal, i mean, they've got the handshakes and the radar that shows the plane starting to head in that direction. and that's what they've got. and their best guess, their best estimates, are it's off of perth. now, they are going to bring in a new group and look at this data and see if they come up with the same solution. in terms of the bay of bengal, i mean, when i helped investigate twa flight 800, we had numerous claims that it was, you know, electromagnetic, that it was space junk, that it was a missile. we investigated all of them. and at this point unfortunately we're obligated to do that on malaysian flight 370. >> back to will for just a second and i want to focus a little bit more on this preliminary report that was released yesterday
. the record flooding from a storm that wouldn't stop. >>> new insight in to malaysia airlines flight 370 mystery. who's admitting deep delays in the initial search for that jet. >>> busted. middle school students accused of smuggling marijuana in to home economics class to make cookies get in trouble. the buzz on campus. >>> and michael jackson's new song soon to be released. brand new details about the music and the superstars you'll hear singing along with the king of pop. that's in "the skinny" on this friday, may 2nd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> tgif, everybody. tgif, everybody. >> especially along the east coast. >> we will begin with the saturated east coast. it is finally drying out from a wave of torrential rain and flooding. >> water is everywhere, overtaking homes and cars, tearing up streets and blamed for a deadly blast. more from abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: mudslides on long island. heavy rains collapsing this retaining wall and covering these commuter train tracks. >> when buildings absorb that much water in
their controversial report on what happened to missing malaysia airlines flight 370, explaining what comes next in the search for the vanished jetliner. and this morning, promising to answer questions about the report. family members of those on board say it raises more questions than it answers. we have live, team coverage, coming up. >>> breaking news this morning. pro-russian protesters and ukrainian troops battling it out in the streets as the fight over eastern ukraine intensifies, this as president obama prepares for a high-stakes meeting on how involved the west should get. we're live on the ground with the very latest. >>> and then, while you were sleeping, what an intense, edge-of-your-seat playoff game. the los angeles clippers in a nail-biter, taking place as nba owners decide what to do about banned clippers owner donald sterling. there's new drama in that, drama in the game, a lot of drama ahead. good morning, everyone. welcome to drama friday. i'm john berman. >> and i'm drama-free christine romans. at least, that's not what john thinks. it's friday, may 2nd, 4:00 a.m. in the east
. malaysia airlines announced starting next week, it will no longer put them up in hotels. meanwhile, the country's government reported the plane disappeared from radar a full 17 minutes before ground controllers noticed. it was another four hours before the search began. a political storm swirled over northern ireland today as the leader of the irish nationalist sinn fein party was questioned for a second day in a 42-year- old murder case. we have a report from martin geissler of independent television news. >> the police in northern ireland use this station in antrim to question the most serious terror suspects, gerry adams spent last night and today in custody here. he agreed to be interviewed about the murder of jean mcconville, a widowed mother of ten who was kidnapped and killed by the ira. he gave this statement before questioning began. >> i-- totally of any part in the abduction, the killing of jean mcconville. >> mrs. mcconville was taken from her home in belfast by an armed i.r.a. gang in 1972. they suspected her of passing information to the british army. 30 years later h
delays in the search for malaysia airlines flight 370. nearly two months after the plane went missing the malaysian government released a preliminary report on the investigation. >>> our first look inside the south korean ferry as the ship was beginning to tip. some of the high school students onboard started wondering whether they would survive. a warning, it's not eachy to watch. [ female announcer ] there's a gap out there. ♪ that's keeping you apart from the healthcare you deserve. ♪ but if healthcare changes... ♪ ...if it becomes simpler... the gap begins to close. ♪ when frustration and paperwork decrease... when doctors are better connected... when grandparents get to live at home instead of in a home... ♪ ...the gap closes even more. ♪ and you begin to live a healthier, happier life. ♪ so let's simplify things. ♪ let's close the gap between people and care. ♪ but with less ergy, moodiness, i had to do something.e. i saw mdoctor. a blood test showed it was low testosterone, not age. we talked about axiron the onlynderarm low t treaent that can restore t vels t
ferrara. those stories and much more "at this hour." we begin with breaking news. malaysia finally released that preliminary report that's been long awaited on the disappearance of flight 370. families had pressed for it to be made public, and now 55 days after the plane vanished, that report is out. >> some of the details are frankly shocking. so let's get straight to it. will ripley joins us from kuala lumpur with the details. so will, tell us what is in the report. >> reporter: well, it's not just what's in this five-page report, john, but it's the time line attached to it. some of these supplemental documents. and you asked the question, what took so long? that's the question that i can bet a lot of these families will be asking as well. because, you know, the plane disappeared from radar at 1:21 a.m. it wasn't until 1:38 a.m., a full 17 minutes later, that air traffic control in another country, vietnam, reached out to kuala lumpur and said hey, have you heard anything from flight 370? okay, so had that not happened, k.l. air traffic control may have taken longer than 17 minut
this morning, in minutes, investigators will finally reveal what they know about the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. and right now, the frustrated families of those on board hoping they might get the answers that they've waited so long to get, this as search crews begin a new effort in the southern indian ocean, looking for any sign of the vanished jetliner. we're breaking down all the angles for you live this morning. >>> breaking news here at home. the east coast under water this morning. look at this historic flooding burying neighborhoods. severe storms so dangerous, millions told just to stay home, and the rain isn't over. indra petersons tracking what's still to come today. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman. it's thursday, may 1st. happy may, everyone. 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> and breaking news right now from kuala lumpur, where malaysian investigators are set to release in just moments their preliminary report into why flight 370 went missing. now, this report has been kept secret for weeks. the government keeping it un
to reveal what they know about the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. a report set to be released within the hour. right now, frustrated families of those on board hoping to get answers they've waited weeks for, as crews comb the southern indian ocean for any sign of that vanished jetliner. we've got a team of reporters covering all angles this morning. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to "early start." a lot going on this morning. i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it's thursday, a very wet thursday, may 1st. 4:00 a.m. in the east and much of the east coast is waking up drenched this morning. flooding reported from florida all the way to the northeast. worst part about this, it is not over yet. your thursday may yet be another washout. >> the gulf coast hit the hardest with historic rainfall in the pensacola area. nearly 2 feet of rain fell in just two days, just destroying roads, wiping out homes. cnn's ed lavandera is there. >> reporter: christine and john, residents here along piedmont road in pensacola, just south of the airport, tell me that it was th
time families of the people onboard malaysia airline flight 370 listened to the laughs -- last conversation between the pilots and the air traffic controllers. officials played the audio recording during a news condition friday today. relatives demanded to hear it for themselves. aviation experts say itit sounds like normal radio chatter. >> he then replated malaysian 370. that was the last time we heard from the plane as far as we know. now more than seven weeks after the jet went missing, folks at an australian survey company say they think they found debris in the northern bay of bengal. that's more than 3,000 miles away from the current search area off the coast of perth, australia. malaysian officials say they're investigating whether the claim is credible. we have no idea. military officials called off the aerial search yesterday because the chance of finding wreckage is highly unlikely. trace gallagher is following new developments. tell us about this supposed evidence. >> instead of focusing on the current search area this company is focusing on the last known place tha
for missing malaysia airlines flight 370. the air search officially ending overnight. we're live in perth, australia, with what's coming next. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman. great to see you. it is tuesday, april 29th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> and we do begin with important breaking news, another night of dangerous storms moving through the south, leaving at least 13 more people dead, so many homes damaged, and towns simply devastated. the worst, it's not over yet. even more severe weather could be headed that way today from texas all the way to the atlantic ocean. >> mississippi is under a state of emergency this morning. the city of tupelo under curfew after this tornado ripped through at least 100 homes, leaving at least eight people dead, many others hurt. take a look at this. the winds so powerful, the winds picked up this suv -- >> wow. >> -- stacked it on top of a car. about 100 miles south in lewisville, mississippi, another tornado was caught on camera. you've got to listen to this. >> stay here. oh, my god. no, no, no, no,
recovered. >>> officials heading up the search for malaysia flight 370 are combing the world to find the most advanced technology and equipment to jump-start that hunt. they are nailing down contracts. but the new gear will take time and money adding $60 million to in the soaring multinational tab. the u.s. alone has already spent over $11 million in the search effort. >>> president obama returns to washington after the four nation visit to asia. while overseas, the president faced increasing criticism over his foreign policy decisions and he's not getting much praise on either side domestically. devon dwyer is traveling with the president. ♪ >> reporter: on an asian trip about asserting american power, president obama paid tribute it to its greatest symbol. >> we are joined by men and wear women who stand tall and proud and wear the uniform of the united states of america. >> reporter: in a speech the president said a new agreement with the philippines will send american warships and fighter jets to bases here for the first time in more than 20 years. >> we'll
for missing malaysia airlines flight 370, this as investigators reveal new information to families of those on board, playing for them the last audio recordings received from the cockpit of the vanished jetliner. you are going to hear it here. we are bringing you live team coverage. good morning, everyone. great to see you. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. nice to see you, john. it's tuesday, april 29th, 4:00 a.m. in the east. >>> let's begin with breaking news, another night of dangerous storms moving through the south, leaving at least 13 people more dead, many homes damaged and towns this morning devastated. this thing is not over, not over yet. even more severe weather could happen again today from texas all the way to the atlantic. >> the entire state of mississippi is under a state of emergency this morning. in the city of tupelo, under a curfew after a tornado ripped through at least 100 homes, leaving eight people dead, many others hurt. but i want you to look at this. the winds so powerful, they just picked up that minivan-suv, and stacked it on t
after 2:00 a.m. malaysia time on march 8th that malaysian air sent a message to the cockpit asking the crew to get in communications with ground control in vietnam. then more than five hours later after 7:00 a.m. local time, the airline tried to make a direct phone call to the cockpit. there were no responses to either the text message after 2:00 a.m. or the phone call after 7:00 a.m., and also no explanation for why the airline did not try to communicate with the plane for more than five hours. rosemary? >> all right. ivan watson joining us on the line from beijing as we brought you the live picture of the briefing currently underway. a very welcome briefing now for the family members getting some answers to some of their questions. just getting more access to malaysian authorities now and some information to help them as they try to absorb what has been going on. and of course with the aerial search for flight 370 over, service members from seven nations involved in the operation gathered for a farewell ceremony north of perth. they have spent weeks scouring the indian ocean for
on tape. the president answered a question on the controversy during his news conference in malaysia over the weekend. >> when ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance commie don't really have to do anything, you just let them talk and that's what happened here. the united states continues to wrestle with a legacy of race and slavery and segregation. that's still there. the discrimination. we've made enormous strides, but you're going to continue to see this percolate up every so often. martha: with townhall.com, fox news contributor. richard fowler is a fox talkshow host of his show as well. good to have you here. let me start with you, what did you make of the comments and of the president's reaction? >> i think the president's reaction was right on message, martha. you can ask the question, doesn't surprise me. every but he will look at the president to speak for the african-american community. i think he answered just right. we've overcome a lot, turned the corner on racial relations. effort prominent figure like this to make a statement like that is very disparaging, downrigh
with the muslim majority nation of malaysia on sunday. that would've been 1966, not 1996. another story in the post this morning. one more campaign story for you this morning. this comes from this morning's "washington times." again, our topic is your view of speaker john boehner. . why don't you talk first a little bit about how john boehner is viewed back home in his ohio district? boehner ise speaker supported a lot here, especially in butler county. of the is a largely republican area. it is one of several counties thisare -- that make up area. it is heavily populated and is always had support here. host: is anyone coming out to challenge him given the time tumult? he is challenging john and he is backed by the tea party. actually, he has some money thrown in. he is also supporting his campaign from a national tea party leadership. there are two other candidates that are also tea party, yet they are not really coming on strong. they didn't get the support from the national tea party. host: what kind of fundraising are you seeing in that race in guest: rict? guest boehner has a lot o
announced that after more than 50 days the hunt for malaysia flight 370 is entering a new phrase. the aerial search is ending but the underwater search will be expanded as more sophisticated deep water vehicles can be brought in. that search could take eight months. no debris has been recovered yet. authorities assured victims' families they will do everything possible to solve the mystery. >>> well, the coast guard has been searching for a pilot in the northern part of san francisco bay after two small planes collided in midair. the two aircraft had taken off from the same airport about 20 miles north. one plane landed in the water. the other pilot along with his wife managed to land safely. neither was injured. >>> president obama is in the philippines this morning. he's signing a ten-year security agreement that will boost the u.s. military presence in that country and give american forces temporary access to military camps and allow them to pre-position fighter jets and ships. this is the last stop in the president's four-nation asia tour. >>> and the president's still closely watching t
it the most difficult search in human history, australia's prime minister announced the hunt for malaysia airlines flight 370 is entering a new phase. the underwater search will expand as soon as more sophisticated vehicles can be brought in. the aerial search is being suspended. the prime minister assured the families that searchers will do everything humanly possible to solve this mystery. >>> the fbi joined in the investigation for a charleston, west virginia, man off the coast of south florida. he jumped off a cruise ship. 30-year-old james miller was a passenger on the bahamas celebration crews liner. he disappeared 27 miles off of delray beach. coast guard crews have been searching for him since sunday. >>> nba players union and the -- onners calling for immediate sanctions against los angeles clippers owner donald sterling after he was allegedly caught on tape making racially insensitive remarks. the clippers players weren't commenting before the game against the warriors. as clayton sandell reports, they made their feelings crystal clear. >> just before tipoff, the l.a. clippers t
, but also, obviously, from malaysia. there is, you know, enormous amount of questions that remain unanswered, and this is the problem going forward. i mean, the fact that it's now 52 days since mh-370 went down or disappeared, you know, a scheduled flight from kuala lumpur to beijing has just vanished, and still nothing, still no debris, still no sign of, you know, of any remains. so, yeah, definitely a frustrating process, poppy. >> all right, appreciate the report this morning. thank you. >>> nearly nine minutes after the hour right now. another big story we're following this morning, universal condemnation for racist comments being attributed to los angeles clippers owner donald sterling. now, these remarks have triggered an investigation by the nba. the audio recordings were released by tmz sports and deadspin. they appear to catch an offensive, racist, rambling rant from sterling, who was arguing with a girlfriend, not his wife, his girlfriend, over her association with african americans. this comes with the clippers, his team, in the middle of a playoff series. and on sunday, the playe
. appreciate the report, anna, thank you. >>> so, the president, a day after visiting malaysia and promising to support the search for flight 370, president obama today is in the philippines where he just held a news conference with the leader there. the news conference, they were announcing new troop support from the united states to the philippines, new troop deployments there, but really, the big news came on the issue of ukraine. the president announcing that later today, within a few hours, the united states will announce new sanctions against russia and vladimir putin. and in this news conference, which just concluded a few minutes ago, used really defensive language, the likes of which i have not heard before, in talking about u.s. policy toward russia when it comes to ukraine. let's bring in michelle kosinski, our white house correspondent traveling with the president. michelle, the president really firing back at critics this morning. >> reporter: yeah, and we have heard that from the administration a bit before. i mean, saying that what are we supposed to do, go in there guns blazi
for australia alone. not taking the cost being borne by malaysia, china, or the other countries that have been searching for the last month or so. australia has of course been, you know, leading these operations the last 41 days. it's now more than seven weeks. 52 days ago that mh370 disappeared on that scheduled flight from k.l. to beijing with 239 people on board. tony abbott said it was with regret that they haven't been able to find anything in their search of the last few weeks using the bluefin-21, that submersible which has been operating within a 400 square-kilometer area. he believes that there will now be no debris found on the surface, that if there was any debris it would have sunk by now, it would have been waterlogged and sunk. so this is now moving into the next phase. it's going to be underwater. as you say, covering now an extended area of some 60,000 kilometers. and you know, according to the prime minister and according to air chief marshal angus houston, he said that this at a minimum could take six to eight months to cover this area. so it certainly is going to be a protra
. >> as it has throughout his trip, the crisis in ukraine hung over the president's stop in malaysia. the u.s. and its allies have threatened sanctions on broad sect orders of the russian economy. some in europe are balking. sunday, mr. obama said the u.s. won't go it alone? >> we are going to be in a stronger position to deter mr. putin when he sees that the world is unified and the united states and europe is unified rather than this is just a u.s./russian conflict. >> mike viqueira, al jazeera, traveling with the president in malays malaysia. >> let the freedom bells ring. today south africa celebrates freedom day celebrating the first post-apartheid election 20 years. that was the first time each race could vote and that's what made nelson mandela president. here is more >> reporter: photographs of her family bring fond memories but she says she sometimes gets annoyed. she voted for freedom in south africa's first democratic elections in 1994. she feels young people these days don't understand what it was like living under apartheid. >> they are stupid. i want to tell them they are fool
. ♪ >>> the crisis in ukraine continues to overshadow president obama's trip to asia ya. . while in malaysia this morning, the president turned up the heat on russia, making it clear the international community is prepared to act if russia doesn't deescalate tensions with ukraine. >> collectively, us and the europeans have said that so long as russia continues down the path of provocation rather than trying to resolve this issue peacefully and deescalating, there are going to be consequences, and those consequences will continue to grow. >> u.s. secretary of state john kerry expressed similar sentiments on thursday, while trying to leave the door open, if only a sliver, for a possible change on russia's part. >> the window to change course is closing. president putin and russia faces a choice. if if russia chooses the path of de-escalation, the international community, all of us, will welcome it. if russia does not, the world will make sure the costs for russia will only grow. >> this new and more aggressive stance may be a direct result of growing u.s. concern that rusch military forces are
vote on an immigration bill by august. president obama is in malaysia, the third stop on a four nation asian tour that will conclude tomorrow in the philippines retort -- before returning to washington on tuesday. every sunday we begin our program with a look at what is on the other sunday morning programs. today we want to get your comments on those shows. are they still relevant? do they still matter? we want to hear from you. (202) 737-0001 --host: many of you are already weighing in on our facebook page. from "the boston globe," an event getting in that -- getting lots of attention, two popes canonizing two popes. the scene, with over one million people on hand, this headline comes from the boston "sunday globe." a piece that really got a lot of attention this week, this style section was called "meet the pressure." host: we will get your calls and comments in a moment, but for some look at the other sunday shows and what you can hear on c-span radio. good morning, nancy. >> some of the topics include the return of congress this week, the middle east, and of course, politics. you c
n other news overnight, president obama held a press conference with malaysia's prime minister as questions continue to loom over the missing airliner. >> the president also talking about the tensions between russia and ukraine. >> and peter doocy is joining us live from washington, d.c. with all the details. good morning, peter, what can you tell us? >> reporter: i can tell you overnight the president said they need to place new sanctions on russia together as part of the unified effort because president obama says if this becomes the united states versus russia conflict, the impact of the sanctions won't be felt as much. >> oftentimes they are really interested in portraying this through this old cold war prism, when in fact that's not what the issue is here. the issue is respecting basic international norms of sovereignty and territorial integrity. >> reporter: as the conflict between ukraine and russia boils over, the underwater search for malaysia flights 370 continues. and even though millions of dollars worth of american time and equipment haven't produced any tangible r
of global markets >> patricia sabga, al jazeera, new york >> president obama is in malaysia tonight. it's the first visit by a u.s. prepondera president in almost five decades. he will meet with the prime minister to discuss the search for that missing jet. he attended an elaborate dinner at the national palace. mike viqueira joins us from kuala lumpur with more on the visit. what's on the president's agenda for the rest of this trip? >> well, jonathan, you are absolutely right. this is a state visit. there is a lot of pomp and circumstance and ceremony that goes along with it. the president is up bright and early this sunday morning in kuala lumpur. he has visited the national mosque at this moment. he is in a bilateral meeting with prime minister najib of malaysia. later, he hosts a town hall with youths from around kuala lumpur, a conference with the prime minister, jonathan >> mike, he was also scheduled earlier. why did that not happen? >> reporter: it's interesting. he is sending his national security secretary susan rice to do it. ibrahimovic has been arrested twice on what many
white house correspondent ed henry is live from malaysia with more, ed. >> good to see you. you're right. the first u.s. president since lyndon johnson to visit this asian nation. they would love to talk about the good will here, trade ties. a big steak dinner for the president as well as the search for the missing malaysian airlines jet which u.s. law enforcement agencies including the fbi have been helping a lot with. but you're right that ukraine hows of miles away has been the focus. not just here in malaysia but the previous two stops in south korea and japan because the situation on the ground there appears to be deteriorating. you've had the interim prime minister suggesting that what vladimir putin really wants to do is spark a third world war. that put the president on defense. he's been scrambling on this trip and talking to european leaders to come up with the new round of u.s. sanctions coming on monday but also european sanctions may be coming as well. bottom line, though, they're not likely to be the sort of large sector sanctions pointed at say the energy and banking secto
on a four-nation tour that brings him to japan, malaysia, and the philippines. it's a trip that has long been on hold, the president had to cancel his scheduled asian trip last year. during the government shutdown and canceled twice in 2010. the bp oil spill and debate. forcing our traditional asian allies to feel skeptical. about the so-call the pivot. notably the series in syria and ukraine. the president is there to reassure, stop japan where mr. obama was treated to a formal state visit. japan is the u.s.'s fourth largest trading partner with $203 billion in goods flowing between the two nations last year, 2013. but there's an on going trade in balance. u.s. exports, $635 billion while japan exports $138 billion to the u.s. in order to level that playing field, president obama wants to boost the tpp, the transpacific partnership of free trade zone that does not include china. if the tpp were to become reality, it would comprise the biggest trade accord in u.s. history, but there are hurdles. the u.s. wants a bigger foothold than japan's automobile and agricultural sectors. only 6% of
obama arriving in malaysia this morning for the third stop on an asian tour. the president attending a state dinner with the king and prime minister. during the two-day visit, expected to discuss trade and security issues. he's also going to hold a town hall style forum with young leaders from across the region. this is the first visit by an american president to malaysia in almost 50 years. kelly? >>> president obama facing a backlash from big labor over the keystone xl pipeline. the head of a major labor union lambasting the president over the latest delay, claiming it's a midterm political student c t student costing jobs. groups expected in washington today to protest the pipeline. molly henderburg with more details. it could have provided 42,000 jobs, is that right? >> reporter: that's what the labor unions are upset about. president obama is getting an earful from groups usually loyal segments of the democratic base. labor unions and environmentalists. but they disagree on this keystone pipeline issues. leaders who were protesting on the mall today, they're glad the president
in malaysia. it's the third stop of his asian tour and the first by an american president in almost 50 years. topping the agenda, trade, defense, and maritime security in the pacific. president obama will hold a town hall style forum which young people and is expected to offer condolences for the tragedy of malaysia might 370. i'm kelly wright. i'll see you back here at 1:00 p.m. for america's news headquaters. now back to "forbes on fox." >> one of the things this country has to keep power in check are the inspectors general. these are independent watchdogs meant to keep government agencies honest. but a bipartisan senate panel says the former ig for the department of homeland security altered and delayed investigations at the request of senior administration officials. steve, is this administration trying to avoid the checks and balances on power? >> absolutely. every chance they get. it's like having a supreme court justice to get instructions on the next decision. you see it with epa. you see it with the national labor relations board. health care almost every day. you see it in finance
to head to malaysia, but continue with this. and why was the decision to announce these proposed sanctions made on late friday night. >> well, there's an urgency and it is saturday noon mere this seoul, john. this is an urgency. clearly the vladimir putin continues to ignore and perhaps even thumb his nose at the west. president obama has talked about the calculous that president putin has to keep in find aledging that his country is facing dire economic repercussion as a result of what has happened so far. so the g-7 leaders announced that they will move swiftly to impose more sanctions on russia, targeted sanctions and measures against individuals and entities. still falling short of the brood sectors of the russian economy. and as you reported, white house officials tell us a specifics are likely to come on monday. the president is speaking to four of the g-7 leaders friday night, a fifth, from japan who consulted in person from japan on the first leg of this trip. so they continue to prepare to move those broader sanctions that we were talking about. >> mike, we just watched the presid
question also in the search of malaysia lines flight 370, high hopes for the piece of debris found on the shore of australia was, was the plane dashed just moments ago. >> jon: you are telling me there was breaking news that this might be the plane and in the time it took you to roll your theme song you found outbreaking news. now it is nothing. the worst part is you know cnn was like great job, everybody, we scooped everybody on the plane debris story and then we scooped them again when it was nothing! that's how you run a news network. >> there has to be something ellsworth covering. >> the new u.n. report on climate changes is full of serious warnings and predictions of what is to come. >> intense heat waves that feed fires, wiping out forests and homes. prolonged draws that damage food and water supplies for billions of people. >> jon: that is just pbs, i mean they are talking about the u.n. report that stated that we are all going to die. but that, actually it sounds like it could be something. it is no wheel of flotsam like they are reporting on cnn but in fact the day the r
malaysia airlines flight learn that the staff were held postage for hours. they were released early this morning. frustrated relatives had been waiting for new information. so far there has been no trace of the plane. >>> there have been several more avalanches blocking paths on mount ere rest. today our correspondent spoke exclusively with one of the survivors. >> reporter: managing to smile despite losing his friends in a avalanche, he considers himself lucky to be alive. he was one of six who survived the disaster a week ago on mount everest, he told me that it happened quickly. he has been a sherpa guide since 2008 and only started climbing a year ago. my family never wanted me to scale the peak or be a guide, but when you see the view from the top it's magical. but we lost so many, i'm giving up, and when i'm better i'm returning to my village to be a farmer. other sherpas are now reluctant to return to the slopes. this man represents mountaineering toll operators. >> translator: mountainering is the background of the rural economy. it can bring inasmuch as $26 million as it di
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